BASH: How to determine the NIC in the routing table that is tied to the line in the routing table that has 2 instances of

I'd like to determine in my bash script which NIC the default gateway is on in order to determine if i need to add static routes via the script or not. Since there are two instances of in the routing table where the default gateway is I'n trying to determine the NIC mentioned in the routing table where there are two instances of Then if it matches ${DftNic} below I no I won't have to add static routes on the server. Scratching my head on this so any help would terrific.

DftNic=$(ip route show | grep default  awk '{print $7}')
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nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
is one way
$(ip route show | grep default | awk '{print $5}' )

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This is another
netstat -rn | grep ^ | awk -F' ' '{print $8}'

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or just:
netstat -rn | grep ^

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lolaferrariAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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